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GENERAL MOTORS Complaint - transmission - transmission
GENERAL MOTORS Complaint

GENERAL MOTORS Complaint

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transmission - transmission


bought a new transmission from the dealer installed it in my truck appx 4 months later it went out again took to the dealer and they installed a new one under warranty now less then 34k miles later gm refuses to fix my transmission under warranty how bout that every call everyone i speak with says they cant help one person at a dealership says its still under warranty but gm says no. was gonna buy a new 09 tahoe but now looking at other choices


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vickiekolb says: (9 years ago)
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I have a 2000 Chevy Blazer. I have had the transmission rebuilt twice in less than 5 years and it is back in the shop now with the transmission out again. What is the problem with your transmissions. I would think it should last more than 2 years.




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